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    Rebuild almost done !

    Well, I have about 1 hour left on my rebuilding of 2 cylinders (rocks in the cooling system) ....

    1 Question though - the ehaust was ripped apart when I got it back from the shop so I wasn't able to see how everything was connected. It's pretty straight forward, just one tube in the bottom of (what I think is) the expansion chamber, not sure where it connects to. (see attached image)

    There is a fitting at the top of that whole set up, and the tube naturally looks like it wants to loop around and connect to the top of the same piece it comes out of ?

    Make sense ?
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    Shawn. Below is a link that wil lshow you the entire break down of the cooling system. Any more questions ask!!!!!
    http://www.partsland.com/index.cgi?N...COOLING-SYSTEM

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    Also, What should I be doing for breaking in the two new cylinders, pistons and rings ?

    Thanks.

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    Thanks for the pic ! That will come in handy !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn001ca View Post
    Also, What should I be doing for breaking in the two new cylinders, pistons and rings ?

    Thanks.
    Run non synthetic oil for the break in. Run it slow, dont beat the balls off of it. Vary the throttle, an no wide open burst's. The only wide open burts should be yuor plug chops, do those in 100 yard iintervals. I think you should be fine!!!!

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    Uh oh ... "plug chops" ??? Lol ... maybe you can go into a little more detail ?

    I'll admit, I'm bursting with anticipation. This is the first time i've undertaken something like this. I'm fully prepared for it to NOT start for me, but if it does, how great will that be !

    I've been very carefull and methodical, I've had a mechanic around to help me through the sticky points so, "should" go okay ...

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    I looked it up. Thanks ....

    How long should the Break in take ? 30 minutes ? 1 Hr ? 5 hrs ?

    Thanks,

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    Break in should take around a tank of gas. Dont worry, if you ride all day you will blow one tank of gas.lol If you need more info on how too do plug chops just ask!! Ill give yaa link below that will show you what your plugs should look like. Try an get your plugs too look like plugs 14 an 15.
    http://www.4secondsflat.com/plug_chart.html

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